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    In the quest for more speed ...

    Always, always there is the quest for more speed from my computer. I admit it ... I'm impatient and I like to have a fast computer. What geek doesn't? So ... with that in mind, I went down the path of my yearly system upgrade. It's not as radical as...
  • Cómputo en la nube, appliances y el futuro del software

    Noviembre 4, 2005. !Ahora es la luna! - Smart Client e interfaz cinemática

    Creatividad - es la primera palabra que me viene a la mente con este video , espero que usted también lo disfrute. En otro orden de ideas, ahora ya el tema no es la cartografía 3D de la tierra, sino de la luna - lea y pruebe instalando la última versión...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Styling Links - Making the Mundane Somewhat More Interesting

    It's been a while since I've done a CSS style post, so I figure its about time, and today I want to touch on something pretty simple, the <a> anchor tag. Most anchors are pretty boring, some blue text that is simply underlined. Some people go a...
  • Joel Pobar's CLR weblog

    MSDN TV: CLR Method Dispatch Internals

    Joe Duffy and I recently did an MSDN TV stint on Method Dispatch Internals . Joe concentrated on the static end of the spectrum, while I talked about late-bound binding and dynamic calling convention. I also appeared with fellow Australian Microsofties...
  • Technical Weblog of Eric Charran

    Sign Assemblies Like a Champ in VS.NET 2005

    Yee-hah! Signing assemblies got a whole lot simpler. What's that you say? I don't have to fool around with creating the snk file myself and then editing the assembly info file to provide it? That's right. Just right click the project, go to the Signing...
  • jaredpar's WebLog

    Quick Monad Scripts

    Determine if a command exists in your path. Very helpful when you are writing scripts for mulptiple machines. $local:cmd = get-command doesnotexist -ea SilentlyContinue if ( $null -eq $cmd ) { # Action if command does not exist } ...
  • Jeff Lin's Blogs for the Eternal Mindlessness

    Tips of the Trade

    I thought it would be interesting to share some "tips and tricks" that I picked up along the way.... 1. No chili cheese bean burrito's before flights(Portland, OR) 2. Anything named the "Brat-zilla" can end marriages and ruin relationships(Green...
  • Chris Rathjen

    What's an OGF?

    You may have seen this "Microsoftism" mentioned before - one of our innumerable Three-Letter-Acronyms (TLAs) - the OGF . But, a casual poke around didn't turn up a summary of what it is and how we use the concept (in MS in general, but here on Team...
  • Technical Weblog of Eric Charran

    Connection String Heaven

    I used to use this site quite frequently, but forgot about it! It's really great! This site will list connection strings for multiple types of data-related connections.
  • Antimail

    Check the reality: What most gamers use as their gaming PC?

    I just got prompted today for a survey on what most gamers use as their gaming PC. Very interesting results: A few notes: 1) Most peope are still in the ATI 9600/9800 ballpark. Hmmm... now this is interesting...
  • C# Tea Time

    Whidbey is over... What are you doing now?

    Recently I have been asked by many family and friends what I am doing at work now that we have shipped Whidbey. Some speculate that we are diving into Orcas, some think Orcas is complete and we are working on Hawaii, while others seem to think we are...
  • Brandon Paddock's Desktop Search Blog

    We're hiring!

    We're hiring! We're building out a new test team based in Redmond, and we need your help! We have a pretty small, close-knit, fast-moving product team - and our developers love to do what others have deemed impossible. As a Software Development Engineer...
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